Peruvian Argentinean Journalist to Present on the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in Latin America
Peruvian Argentinean journalist Juliana Oxenford will give a talk about the impact that COVID-19 has had in Latin America. The talk will be in Spanish from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30, via Zoom.
- Meeting ID: 895 4355 9028
- Passcode: 599785
Oxenford hails from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has had a lengthy career as a journalist. She holds a B.A. in communications and journalism; she has extensive experience having spent 22 years working in major news outlets in Peru. Currently, she works at ATV Noticias where she conducts one of the main news programs, Al Estilo Juliana, a dynamic nightly news program that provides in-depth analysis, compelling newsmaker interviews, and lively debates on the day's top issues. Oxenford also had a program for Radio Exitosa where she addressed relevant issues from contemporary Latin America. Between 2012 and 2016 she conducted a televised interview program where she interviewed politicians, writers, and academics.
With a strong presence on social media, and with a unique style with which she leads her news program, Oxenford is a commanding referent for breaking news, politics and special reports from Latin America and around the world.
This lecture is sponsored by the Program of Latin American and Latino Studies.
Erika Almenara, assistant professor of Spanish
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